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Quebec’s seriously odd, strangely important election

Paul Wells: Even the most staunchly federalist or sovereignist observers have, over the years, yearned for a normal Quebec election. And then they almost got one.
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Paul Wells on the Quebec National Assembly’s farcical motion about how merchants should greet their customers
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To the new PQ leader: Good luck.

Jean-François Lisée takes over the Parti Québécois at a time when it seems the party has nowhere to go but down
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The PQ’s biggest threat? Itself.

As the Parti Québécois looks for a new leader, even long-time separatists are wary of independence talk
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The danger in Twitter campaigns

Paul Wells: You can’t win an election in 140 characters or less
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Big Quebec, little Quebec

Wells: The party of hope often wins in Quebec. This year, that’s not the PQ
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No wonder the PQ doesn’t want to talk about sovereignty

Paul Wells on the legal realities no one is talking about on the campaign trail
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The charter of values: Old dogs, nous tricks

Paul Wells on why it’s make-or-break for the entire sovereignty movement
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Charter of values: Old dogs, nous tricks

Paul Wells on why it’s make-or-break for the entire sovereignty movement
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Jean-Francois Lisee: Montreal needs you

The PQ minister has little to offer in Montreal’s moment of crisis